Don’t Fight Workers’ Comp Insurance Companies Alone

When you’re hurt at work and file a Workers’ Comp claim, you should still be focused on recovering from your injury. It’s our Workers’ Comp attorney’s jobs to represent you and fight the insurance companies.

Workers’ Comp insurance companies may force you into settling for much less than you deserve. If you sign something or say something to them, it can harm your case. That’s why it’s best to call a lawyer as soon as you’re able to. At Don Pilzer, PC, we have experience taking on the Workers’ Comp insurance companies for hard workers just like you.

Be Careful What You Say and Do During Your Workers’ Comp Case

Why? The insurance company may spy on you. They may monitor your daily activities, where you go when you leave the house and even your Facebook account.

They’ll do anything they can to prove you don’t actually deserve the Workers’ Comp benefits you may be entitled to.

Because of their tactics, it’s very important you follow your doctor’s orders, go to all of your medical appointments and don’t attempt to do things beyond the limits of your injury.

Call the Workers’ Comp Attorneys at Don Pilzer, PC, for Help

It’s hard – and often a mistake – to take on the insurance company alone. These insurance companies are used to running right over hard workers like you. But that’s where we come in.
As soon as you can, call our Workers’ Compensation attorneys for help with your Workers’ Comp claim. We’ll fight to make sure you get all the benefits you deserve.

If you were hurt on the job, you should consider applying for Workers’ Comp. Attorney Kevin Klein explains.


“I would like to say thank you to Kevin Klein and Patti Harris for the way in which they handled my disability case. I had already been turned down twice and was very stressed knowing that I physically could not work. They had great lines of communication, with Patti just an email away. Answers came quickly to questions and I felt confident that we would win. They actually prepped me via phone and personal consultation. Again, thank you to Kevin and Patti. “